JOBS Oont’d

The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall organises and promotes some of Scotland’s most exciting arts events ranging from the finest

classical musicians to comedians and country stars.


We require a bright spark to provide administrative and marketing support for our busy Marketing Department. The successful candidate will have bags of enthusiasm, excellent communication skills and a passion for music. Applicants must be graduates and have at least 6 months experience (paid or unpaid) of working in an arts environment.


clerk. Applicants must demonstrate excellent customer


We are looking for Open-minded reliable and flexible people to work as (hot-line operators to talk to our mole callers throughout the UK. Work from home and earn up to {9/hi. 24 hours.

essential, as full training will be given.

To apply for either of the above positions please telephone our recruitment line 0141 353 8023 for an application pack. Closing date for

both positions - Friday 28 April.

The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To hear more information

In 0171 447 4399


We also require a highly motivated, full-time box office

care skills, good telephone manner and have experience of handling money. Previous box office experience is not

Community Services

The Tolbooth in the heart of Stirling's Old Town, is undergoing a stunning £6m transformation to create Scotland's newest live

music venue and a major resource base for the - arts in the Stirling area. The Tolbooth will be the THE SCOTTISH ARTS COUNCIL new base for Stirling Council's arts - _

development, events and training programmes. We are recruiting for 4 key posts:

Artistic Director £27,426 - £29,424

An Artistic Director is required. who will have flair and experience in the arts and a track record in music development. A minimum of three years‘ relevant experience in arts development, programming and events management at a senior level is essential as is practical experience of the role the arts can play in community led regeneration. Interviews will be held on 19m May 2000.

Marketing Officer

£19,827 - £21,636

To market all aspects of the Tolbooth's operations including artistic. education. training and trading activity. You will have a minimum of three years' marketing experience preferably within an arts or cultural context with a thorough knowledge of print. promotion, press, PR. web publishing and direct marketing.

Interviews will be held on 23rd May 2000.

Music Development Officer

(3 years fixed term)

£15,240 -- £16,770

You will implement an ambitious music development programme across the Stirling area in new and experimental music and sound and traditional music and song. A minimum of three years' relevant experience of community based music programming and project management is essential.

Interviews will be held on 15th May 2000.

Technician £14,811 - £16,770

To plan and implement all aspects of the Tolbooth's technical operations. Experience of arts and theatre productions and music based technology is essential.

For an informal discussion on the above posts please contact Jane

{‘1‘ "g, Speirs. Heritage and Cultural Services Manager on 01786 442430. ,‘3' . Recruitment packs are available from Heritage ‘- “a “q and Cultural Services, Room 34, S“ No, {1 Viewforth. Stirling tel 01786 443141. 3 W? b Closing date for the receipt of applications is a" Q“ (00° Friday 5th May 2000. O’SM“

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Fixed Term Travelling Gallery Administrative Assistant

Ref: R/00/473 G83 £11,898 - £12,405 Location: City Art Centre, Market Street, Edinburgh

The Travelling Gallery is a mobile exhibition space which is organised by the City of Edinburgh Council Heritage & Arts Division at the City Art Centre. Funded by the Scottish Arts Council" the Gallery provides greater opportunity for communities throughout Scotland to experience the quality and diversity of contemporary art at first hand.

Applicants must have excellent organisational and administrative skills as they will be required to prepare tour schedules. Experience of using word processing systems and creating spreadsheets, good communications skills and ability to work as part of a small team are essential requirements. They should also be able to understand and interpret the range of exhibitions in the Gallery.

The successful applicant must hold a current clean driving licence and be willing to travel throughout Scotland which may include occasional overnight stays.

It would be advantageous if you had worked with the public, including school groups, had experience of providing administrative support to a complex organisation and were able to show evidence of an interest in contemporary visual art.

*The Travelling Gallery has secured funding from the Scottish Arts Council until April 2003. This appointment will be a fixed term contract until this date. However, additional funding will be sought to continue the service well into the future.

The closing date for receipt of application forms is Tuesday 25 April 2000.

Seasonal Sales & Reception Assistant

(P/T) (3 posts)

R/00/484 - 486

GSl/2 £8,652 - £11,685 Pro-rata Location: City Centre Museums

We need flexible, enthusiastic teamworkers to help run our busy shops and reception desks during the summer season. You must have experience of working with the public, preferably in a gift or similar retailing environment, the ability to operate tills, follow procedures relating to cash handling and stock control, communicate effectively and show evidence of turneracy.

The successful candidates must have a flexible approach and be able to work every Saturday and some Sundays.

An awareness of equal opportunities is essential. Keyboard skills and an ability to monitor sales performance would be an advantage.

Two of these posts are for 28 hours oer week and the other is for 15.5 hours per week. All three posts are for up to 15 weeks duration.

Interviews will be held on 4 and 5 May 2000.

The Closing date for receipt of completed application forms if Friday 28 April 2000.

For further information and an application form for the above posts please contact Recreation Personnel,

17 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh EH1 386, telephone (0131) 529 7837.